The day and night of the city of Tokyo that I captured on my last trip in Spring. Enjoy! Thank you for stopping by, Happy Living for Experiences! Support me by sharing and following my blog, Facebook and Instagram. Advertisements
I have been going back to Japan for holiday after my first visit in 2016. Since then I have been asking why it is so difficult to find trash bin in Japan. At my recent trip to Japan, I joined a day tour to Hakone and the tour guide explain to us the reason for
At our Spring visit to Tokyo, we made a day trip to Hakone 箱根 to catch a view of Mount Fuji. I booked a day tour where we were picked up from the hotel at Shinjuku at eight in the morning. Mount Fuji 5th Station Our first stop was to Mt Fuji 5th Station located along
During Spring in Tokyo, besides Shinjuku Gyoen, another must-visit park is Ueno Park, Tokyo’s most popular park. At our visit to Tokyo in late March, we had the day and night hanami experience at Ueno Park. A picture speaks a thousand words, sharing my experience with the photos we captured. Enjoy. A Day at Ueno
I used to ask my sister why she keeps going back to Japan for holiday year after year, that’s before I stepped foot into Japan. Since my first trip, I too have been going back to Japan for holiday year after year. Japan is a country that is easy to move around whether by public
It’s the time of the year. Spring is here which means Sakura season. Glad I managed to catch it this year unlike my first Spring visit to Tokyo when I was a month too early for the cherry blossom season. We caught a red-eye flight to Tokyo and were welcomed by the beautiful cherry blossoms.
If Japan is not on your list of countries to visit, perhaps is time to put it there. I have been transiting at the Narita Airport multiple times over the years on my way to the US and only stepped out of the airport into Tokyo in February 2016. It was my first visit to Tokyo
When I read about this week’s Weekly Photo Challenge theme is Chaos, I thought of Shibuya intersection. Looking at the photos, the intersection may seem chaotic but everyone is crossing the road in an orderly manner except for a few tourists here and there, myself included, who stopped in the middle of the intersection to take pictures.
The day’s itinerary was to Meiji Shrine, Harajuku and spent the rest of the afternoon at Shibuya. It was almost like a shopping day. Our first stop of the day was Meiji Shrine (明治神宮, Meiji Jingū) located next to the Harajuku Station. The shrine was completed and dedicated to Emperor Meiji and the Empress Shoken in 1920,